Working with Purpose Open Programme
Our Working with Purpose programme is aimed at leaders who want to experience and access The Mind at Work’s unique insights, knowledge and practises.
This is a rare opportunity to participate in an open leadership programme alongside leaders from diverse businesses; intrigued by how working with purpose can make a difference to them, their people and their performance.
This three-day programme will inspire and guide leaders to be individually and organisationally purposeful and to create healthy and high performing teams and organisations.
Participants will leave the programme with:
- The knowledge of how behaviours are driven and how to foster values-led behaviours.
- The practises of purposeful leadership, which generate engagement, genuine and sustainable motivation and creative problem-solving.
- Skills to transform meetings into collaborative, empowering and decisive conversations that generate remarkable results.
- The capacity to facilitate teams to be at their best and create a performance culture where everyone can thrive.
- Owning their vision and purposes and able to engage others in them.
This will be an experiential leadership programme that will combine active discussion, sharing of rare knowledge and practises, and inspiring stimulus.
Day One – Purpose and You:
- Recognise how purposes guide and motivate you.
- Learn to generate powerful purpose states that motivate and sustain.
- Develop the capability to find meaning and purpose in challenging situations.
Day Two – Purpose and Others:
- Recognise how purpose and meaning motivate others.
- Learn how to engage, empower and guide purposefully.
- Develop the capability to resolve differences through aligning purpose.
Day Three – Purpose and Your Organisation:
- Recognise how purpose can make a difference to operational activity.
- Learn how to work with purpose to transform meetings and projects.
- Develop the capability to facilitate purposefully and meaningfully.
Euro 2,290 (+VAT where applicable)
Contact: Annabelle Tatham – [email protected]